Monday, September 19, 2005
My father and I went back to the upper BLackfoot again this last weekend and after suffering through a cold-wet morning where our hands were so stiff that tying on a fly was a 20 minute task, we caught probably around 50 fish - mostly 8-12" cutts. We also landed two 20" inch cutts, two 17" rainbows and a couple of cutts in the 15-17" range. Overall, it was another great day of fly fishing. There is nothing better than to hear the line zipping of the reel as a native cutthroat rips downstream.
Posted by Mark Petersen at 9:42 AM